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Jack O. Nutter
Washington DC
Interests: Politics, History, Hiking and nature, Gardening and herb drying, Food and drink, Playing with cat.
Recent Activity
It has been one year since Joe Biden took the oath to office to be President of the United States of America. The “healing” President has done at least as much and perhaps more than his processor to divide the nation, making outlandish statements and fabrications. Let’s take a look and evaluation of this first year. Continue reading
Posted Jan 21, 2022 at Nutter's Washington
My beloved cat who came to be with me during the height of Covid-19 in 2020 turned 3 years old today. She was born in the Shenandoah Valley and has been God 's gift for love and companionship. This picture was taken during her birthday party. Continue reading
Posted Jan 20, 2022 at Nutter's Washington
Senator Robert J Dole is being put to rest. I had the opportunity to work on the Senate Finance Committee for him. It was quite an opportunity. He was very receptive and had his own instincts but listened. When I interviewed for the job, he asked me only one question.... Continue reading
Posted Dec 9, 2021 at Nutter's Washington
President Biden--Mr. Climate Change-- has ordered in an act of total political desperation, 50 million barrels of oil be released from America’s strategic reserve to help bring down energy costs. Since he can not get the OPEC nations to increase their production after humiliating begging them, he has decided to tap our own domestic supplies in storage in a futile effort to reduce gasoline prices. Continue reading
Posted Nov 23, 2021 at Nutter's Washington
In case you have been hiding in the Presidents’ basement, you may not know the Consumer Price Index rose 6.2 percent in October from a year ago, the fastest pace in more than thirty years. Prices are up everywhere. Been to the grocery store lately? Gassed up the fossil fuel powered car? Paid the utility bill? How could this be as the Government said this was and is temporary and is not an issue or concern. Continue reading
Posted Nov 15, 2021 at Nutter's Washington
The Biden Administration has been of office for a little more than 6 months so it is time to grade the performance. Given the performance, I would not pass them to the first grade. Continue reading
Posted Aug 17, 2021 at Nutter's Washington
The centerpiece of the President's tax proposal is much more than an increase in the capital gains rates. The Administration also wants to eliminate the current system by requiring estates to pay capital gains taxes upon death. That is to say, when a person dies, there is a phantom taxable gain on all appreciation in value of a property even though there has been no disposition of the asset. Continue reading
Posted Jul 14, 2021 at Nutter's Washington
The Biden Administration has launched a crusade to increase tax rates to satisfy an insatiable appetite to fund expanded government. It has embraced one of the worse ideas in tax policy by advocating recognition of income tax on unrealized gains at death. Continue reading
Posted Jul 13, 2021 at Nutter's Washington
It is not clear what is the disposition and fate of these so-called detainees. Were they taken back across the border, released in the United States with their promise to appear in some Court at some later date (oh yeah), just released out right, put up in detentions camps, lodged in a nearby hotel? What? Continue reading
Posted Jun 10, 2021 at Nutter's Washington
The more important figure is how many were not apprehended or detained? Continue reading
Posted Apr 12, 2021 at Nutter's Washington
The country is in dire financial condition. The Federal government cannot indefinitely prop up businesses, defy market forces, support the unemployed forever, and borrow trillions (yes, trillions) of dollars to give out. This is going to be a huge problem for whomever and whatever comes next. Continue reading
Posted Oct 28, 2020 at Nutter's Washington
As “modern” life has evolved, there are many things that make a person wonder how they happened and why we put up with them. You can just stay in the bathroom now and have everything you need at the swipe your hands. Supplies, watch any show, send a message, listen to music, order takeout—all on a screen about the size of a very expensive piece to toast. Continue reading
Posted Oct 22, 2020 at Nutter's Washington
In early 2017 after President Trump took office, I told a large meeting with a client the following: “These guys are capable of anything so be prepared. Continue reading
Posted Oct 16, 2020 at Nutter's Washington
I did not get paid for it, did not sell it, it did not further the financial welfare of the household but glad I did. It was tasty and so fun to do. Continue reading
Posted Oct 6, 2020 at Nutter's Washington
The so-named Presidential candidate debate yesterday is a misnomer. Neither of these men is qualified to serve in such a distinguished office. Neither are Presidential. In fact, they are probably the two most unqualified candidates in the past 100 years. Horrible, horrible, horrible. Continue reading
Posted Sep 30, 2020 at Nutter's Washington
United Healthcare and its pharmacy manager OptumRX are price gauging, have done me wrong and do not seem to care. Continue reading
Posted Aug 25, 2020 at Nutter's Washington
I keep reading about college students and others gathering in hordes in all kinds of places-private and public-not using any common sense or consideration for their fellow humans. A good party or a 'roving' seems to be much more important. No belonging to a community, just selfish behavior. Continue reading
Posted Aug 24, 2020 at Nutter's Washington
She is so far off center; she is not even in the circle, she could not find the center with a guide, a flashlight, and a map. Continue reading
Posted Aug 17, 2020 at Nutter's Washington
Given the state of affairs, from this point forward I see very few good options and outcomes. However, let us looks at the lessons of the past few months and what we now know. Continue reading
Posted Aug 10, 2020 at Nutter's Washington
Yesterday, I reached the nadir, the pit, and the lowest of the low. What seems to be the end of the line. Continue reading
Posted Jul 23, 2020 at Nutter's Washington
I recently saw a picture of Joe Biden hunkered down in his basement or somewhere with a look that made me wonder if he knew what planet he was on. If elected he will be 78 years old when he assumes the Presidency of the United States. Mr. Biden reminded... Continue reading
Posted Jun 16, 2020 at Nutter's Washington
I live in Fairfax County, Virginia outside of Washington on a winding two lane road but very near a major local county and a national park, both with miles upon miles of trails. The parks are closed with chain link fences, hundreds of orange cones, blocking entrances and hundreds of... Continue reading
Posted May 18, 2020 at Nutter's Washington
During this horrible time, rather than drinking a quart of whiskey every week, I have engaged in baking a treat every week. It has been chocolate cookies, wheat bread, rye bread, banana bread and today it was peanut butter cookies. What a joy, what a diversion, what fun and so... Continue reading
Posted May 6, 2020 at Nutter's Washington
In the past few weeks, I have heard a number of people state the worse part of the current virus turmoil is the effect on school children. They are being denied socialization with friends, graduation ceremonies, proms, sporting events, dating, riding skateboards and scooters. They are bored and missing vital... Continue reading
Posted Apr 6, 2020 at Nutter's Washington
These days life seems to resemble two different movies. The first is Groundhog Day in which every day is the same, nothing progresses and no matter what is done during the day, there is no effect on the next day. For me, I get up, make the coffee, eat breakfast... Continue reading
Posted Apr 3, 2020 at Nutter's Washington